In a film guide published by Reddit, Ezra Miller’s Flash appears alongside that of The CW’s Grant Gustin, who could make a cameo in the film as well as his colleague did in ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’.
The Flash of Grant Gustin appeared in a promotional image dedicated to the film The Flashsparking speculation about The CW actor appearing in the starring film Ezra Miller.
After nearly a decade on television as Barry Allen/The Flash, Gustin is ready for one last ride with the upcoming ninth season of the CW series The Flash.
However, there are rumors that the actor could appear in the upcoming DC Studios film centered around the scarlet speedster starring Ezra Miller. Rumors are swirling that The CW actor will appear in the film, adding to the kaleidoscope of Multiverse cameos, which include Keaton’s and Affleck’s Batmans (plus possibly Clooney’s rumored one).
There are not a few fans who, after behavior problems and with Miller’s law, have welcomed the rumor that Gustin could replace Miller on the big screen, but obviously until the film’s release in theaters a leak of this magnitude it will be practically impossible.
Meanwhile, however, a guide to the films has appeared on Reddit, The Official Visual Companion, which presents the Arrowverse version to the right of Ezra Miller’s Flash along with other depictions of the scarlet speedster, which you can see below:
Miller and Gustin have already shared the screen in Crisis on Infinite Earths of The CW, in which Miller made a cameo appearance.
Recounting Miller’s cameo on The CW series was Flash executive producer Marc Guggenheim, who told Variety it was a “phone call from (Warner Bros. head) Peter Roth” that made the film possible. crossover from movie to TV: “We were nearing completion of the Arrow series and the entire crossover. We were in post-production, and I got a call from (Warner Bros. head) Peter Roth, who said, ‘I know you’re closing, but could you put Ezra in the crossover?’“.
I replied to him: “Yes, I’ve wrapped up filming, but if you tell me Ezra Miller has to be in the crossover, I can make it happen.” So I called Eric Wallace, the Flash showrunner, and Grant Gustin, because our only concern was that we wouldn’t done unless Grant 100% agreed, which he was“.
And he continued: “Grant was incredibly enthusiastic and agreed. And then we got on the phone with Ezra Miller and described the scene to him that I wrote and he was happy with it. And so we shot it. And much to our surprise, no one noticed that Ezra Miller was in Vancouver and no one on the crew leaked the news. So we were able to keep Ezra’s presence a surprise until the very end“.
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The film The Flash, which will kick off the new DCU from James Gunn and Peter Safran will hit theaters on June 16, 2023.